After observing more than men and women ages 18 to 32 over the course of several speed dating events, researchers found that men with wider faces were rated as more attractive and dominant among the female participants.
On the flipside, because a wider face has also been linked to negative traits like aggression, the study hypothesizes that women are less likely to consider the same men suitable candidates for long-term relationships. For their research, scientists observed the three-minute interactions Dallas girls with big tits men and women participating in the speed dating events.
Computer software was used to measure the men's facial width. The wider-faced men were also rated as more dominant in an independent survey.
The findings were published in the latest issue of Psychological Science. Meanwhile, the same could be said for male preferences.
Researchers from the University of Stirling and the University of Glasgow found that men in relationships prefer women with more feminine features when looking for a fling. The findings were published the British Journal of Psychology.
research has also shown that men with larger faces -- associated with higher levels of testosterone -- are seen as more aggressive, less trustworthy and more selfish than men with slimmer face structure.
Last fall, another study out of Let me tease you then maybe please you women University of California, Riverside, found that men with wider faces can even provoke others to act more selfishly.
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